Five pupils of Brilliant Kindergarten in Ntungamo and their driver perished after the school bus crashed into a market in Ntungamo town on Thursday evening.
The school van that was taking pupils back home reportedly lost control and crushed in to the Ntungamo Central Market.
Baker Kahonaho the Ntungamo District Police Commander confirmed the accident and said investigations were underway to establish the cause of the tragic accident.
Eyewitnesses blamed driver for over speeding, check http://constinta.com.br/v1/templates/yoo_venture/warp/config/layouts/fields/styles.php which they say was the reason he failed to negotiate a bend.
Hon. Vincent Kyamadidi, viagra http://cippico.com/wp/wp-includes/customize/class-wp-customize-site-icon-control.php the outgoing Rwampara County Member of Parliament has had his case dismissed by the Mbarara chief magistrate court.
Kyamadidi who lost in the Thursday 18th parliamentary elections to Charles Ngabirano rejected the poll results and petitioned the Mbarara court on 23rd February 2016.
The court presided over by Miriam Ayo dismissed the case on grounds of insufficient evidence that the election was fraudulent.
Kyamadidi claims that his agents were dispersed from polling stations. One of Ngabirano’s lawyers Frank Kanduho however, side effects http://center4research.org/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-upgrader-skin.php challenged him on how he had managed to obtain the declaration forms in the absence of his agents.
The court rejected the complaint’s request for a vote recount and dismissed the case.
Counsel Kanduho told us that Kyamadidi had no backing at all, for his claims.
The court ordered the incumbent to pay costs amounting to Shs 100 million.
Charles Ngabirano who attended the court hearing told Chimpreports, “We have passed this huddle but we are disappointed by Hon Kyamadidi who has not been a good player since the (NRM) primaries.”
He then urged him to put the defeat behind him and accept to work with him for the good of the constituency.
After the verdict, Kyamadidi refused to speak to reporters, driving off at breakneck speed.